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The Master's Programmes at the Department of Conservation

The two Master's Programmes given by the Department of Conservation enables you to study the conservation, maintenance, assessment and development of material cultural heritage in-depth.

In the autumn semester of 2019 the Department of Conservation offers two Master’s Programmes at the second cycle level. The new Master’s program, Conservation with Specialization in Conservation of Cultural Heritage Objects and as before, the Master of Science in Conservation. They are both a great option for students who wants to continue deepen their studies at a higher level within a specific subject.

Second cycle studies at the Department of Conservation

If you have previous academic training in conservation, whether it is in built environment conservation, conservation of cultural heritage objects, building conservation or landscape conservation, the two programmes will strengthen your ability to perform advanced tasks and make complex assessments based on relevant scientific, ethical and societal aspects.

The new Master's Programme is designed special for students with a degree with a specialization in conservation.

Background in scientifics or as a professional

If you have another relevant scientific and professional background, and an interest in the material and immaterial aspects of cultural heritage, the programme will deepen your knowledge in the theory and practice of cultural heritage conservation.

You will be able to design your own Master’s degree by combining elective courses and individual specialization/complementary courses. The programmes concludes with a degree project corresponding to 30 or 60 higher education credits.

The Degrees

Master's Programme in Conservation, Degree

The Master's Programme in Conservation leads to the Degree of Master of Science (120 credits) with a major in Conservation.

You must receive passing grades for all coursework and your degree project in order to apply for a degree certificate. You apply for your degree certificate from the University of Gothenburg via your Student Portal account.

Local Qualification Descriptor for the Degree of Master of Science 
 

Master's Programme in Conservation with Specialization in Conservation of Cultural Heritage Objects

This programme leads to a Degree of Master of Science (120 credits) with a major in Conservation with Specialization in Conservation of Cultural Heritage Objects.

You must receive passing grades for all coursework and your degree project in order to apply for a degree certificate. You apply for your degree certificate from the University of Gothenburg via your Studentportal account.

Page Manager: Henrik Thelin|Last update: 2/14/2019
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